Tuesday, February 14, 2006

A Radio Reading of House

You can listen to the ticking and the tocking of The House with a Clock in it Walls on Vermont Public Radio's Camel's Hump Radio. The program originally aired February 12, 2006 but there is a snippet of the book read by Thom Rivera available via VPR's website. Plus it covers our favorite scene - the chase scene (you know what we're talking about) - from chapter six, to boot! A well done reading and we love Mrs. Zimmermann’s accent.

1 comment:

Miranda said...

Hello! My name is Miranda Pedigo, i'm 12(even though i like to pretend i'm ten) and i first heard of the Lewis Barnevelt Series when i was 4 years old. It was quite a while ago, i lived in Wisconsin at the time(Very close to Michigan!) and every night my dad would read me a chapter of the books. Ever since i was four years old ALL of the Lewis Barnevelt books have been my favorites! I was wondering do you think it's possible that sometime in the near future that The House with a Clock in it's Walls might become a feature film? I'de love that so so so much! And i know many many people who would agree. Could you please answer me at: artist4ever2004@yahoo.com. Thank you very much!

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